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105. Air Serbia Reports Net Profit of EUR 2.7 Million for 2014
Air Serbia, the national airline of the Republic of Serbia, has reported a net profit of EUR 2.7 million for 2014. In its first full year of operation, the airlines revenues rose by 87% to EUR 262 million, marking the strongest results in the existence of the national carrier. Audited by KPMG, these financial statements also reflect strong growth in passenger traffic and cargo vol
106. Hospitality HR Leaders make Metrics Central to Strategic Performance Management
Hospitality HR Leaders make Metrics Central to Strategic Performance Management. Human Resource thought leaders from the hospitality industry, including senior representatives from Banyan Tree, Carlson, InterContinental, Marriott, Peninsula, Sentosa Leisure, Shangri-La, STB and Taj, gathered, by invitation from the Cornell-Nanyang Institute of Hospitality Management (CNI), to parti
107. ICC Sydney Takes Innovative Approach to Talent Attraction and Retention
International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney) is investing A$250,000 into professional development for its operational workforce. The ICC Sydney has partnered with TAFE NSW Sydney Institute to deliver nationally recognised qualifications to staff. The innovative approach to talent attraction and retention will shine a spotlight on part-time and casual workers, and facilitat
108. Etihad Airways Welcomes ACCCs Ruling on Virgin Australia Alliance
Etihad Airways has welcomed the Australian Competition and Consumer Commissions (ACCC) determination to reauthorise its alliance with Virgin Australia for a further five years. The ruling will enable the airlines to continue their cooperative services on the Australia-Abu Dhabi route and beyond until 30 December 2020.
109. Mark Stanford Joins Nanuku Auberge Resort Fiji as General Manager
Mark Stanford has been appointed as General Manager of the Nanuku Auberge Resort Fiji. An Australian national, Mr Stanford needs little introduction to the international hospitality industry, his career spanning 25 years specialising in resort and operations management with a passion for luxury and alpine resorts. This includes key roles in the start-up of six international resorts
110. TMS Asia-Pacific targets the UK Expatriate
TMS Asia-Pacific targets the UK Expatriate. TMS Asia-Pacific has unveiled a new strategy designed to attract UK-based hospitality and travel staff to Singapore to help bolster a local tourism sector facing an ever-tightening staffing situation. TMS Managing Director - Asia, Andrew Chan said the company was drawing on its two London-based partners - the C&M Group and Collins King &
111. New Management Team at Dhoni Mighili in the Maldives
New Management Team at Dhoni Mighili in the Maldives.
112. Legacy Alliances Have Outlived Their Usefulness Says Etihad CEO
According to Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways President and Chief Executive Officer, James Hogan, legacy airline alliances have outlived their usefulness. Mr Hogan delivered a keynote speech at the International Aviation Club in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday. He said Etihad Airways unique business model, which is a combination of organic growth, codeshares and minority equity inve

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